Node Mapping and Routing in Wireless Communication

Conference: Creative Trends in Engineering and Technology
Author(s): Sumalatha Sunkara Year: 2016
Grenze ID: 02.CTET.2016.1.507 Page: 185-190


In wireless communication obtaining achievable data rate or throughput is challenging and continuously explored\nresearch work. (1) to determine, the topology of the nodes (2) The direction of the data packets from source node to\ndestination node, to avoid packet collision and ensure link.\nApriori, knowing the channel characteristics assists uninterrupted / unfaded / undisturbed data from source to destination\n(discussed in chapter 3) and helps in Adaptive modulation schemes to coexist (changes in modulation characteristics) to suit\nthe channel conditions.\nThe transmission with apriori channel knowledge and channel state information feedback\ngives better results and achieve high data rate and channel capacity. Frequent path breaks can occur due to random mobility\nof nodes resulting in increased path loss and transmission errors (frequently occurring problems in mobile network).\nMulticast node to node communication is supported with localization done through RSSI and triangulation method.


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